The House in Fata Morgana: A Requiem for Innocence Adds French Translation

Developer NOVECT has announced that their companion visual novel to the modern classic The House in Fata Morgana, The House in Fata Morgana: A Requiem for Innocence, is now available in French on PC via Steam.

To access this newly supported language implemented thanks to volunteer translators, you must enable it from the language tab in the library properties menu. The game is currently 35% off on the same platform.

The artwork celebrating this significant development is viewable below:

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The general synopsis of this narrative that should be experienced after playing through the original visual novel is as follows:

“A young girl, whose blood is claimed to have miraculous healing powers, kneels battered and beaten before the lord of the land. In the village where she was born, she was worshiped as the daughter of God. And now, the lord holds his sword high in the air, moments away from beheading her.

“You’re a damned witch wearing a saint’s skin!”

But before he can swing his blade down, a young man interferes, saving the girl.

So begins the first “happy” chapter of the young girl’s life.
And so begins the first act of a tragedy that would come to span nearly a millennium.”

In case you missed it, a writer and director for The House in Fata Morgana heavily praised Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE.

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